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We had a powerflush yesterday,today we have no hot water when we put water on its making alot of noise banging etc? sounds like air in the tank or pipes?

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Sounds like you have a boiler type heating system and when it was flushed air got in the system. If you don't have automatic air bleeders in the system then you will have to bleed the air out manually. On the radiators depending on the style there should be a nut with a screw in the middle(on most cast iron radiators) or a elbow with a bleeder (on most radiant baseboard slant fin style)

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